Ultimate Golf Fitness Training
Here is a guide to golf fitness training that could be very helpful, especially if you are in the off season.
Weight Training For Golf: The Ultimate Guide @ Amazon
Weight Training for Golf is the most comprehensive and up-to-date golf-specific training guide in the world today.
It contains descriptions and photographs of the most effective weight training, flexibility, and abdominal exercises used by golfers worldwide, including the 2010 US Open champion, Graeme McDowell and World Golf Hall of Famer, Annika Sorenstam.
This book features year-round golf-specific weight-training programs guaranteed to improve your performance and get you results.
No other golf book to date has been so well designed, so easy to use, and so committed to weight training. This book enables golfers of all skill levels to add extra yardage to their drives and irons without having to buy the latest technology in golf. By following this program you can develop the flexibility and strength required to eliminate fatigue and increase distance with every club in your bag.
With stronger and more flexible muscles, you will not only hit the ball farther but you will have better control over all of your shots throughout the round. Most importantly, you will reduce your chances of injury and be able to play 18 holes without any problems.
Ultimate Golf Fitness Training Reviews:
1)I’ve been using workouts from this book for about a month now. I can really feel the difference! I’m more in tune with my core and mechanics. The workouts and illustrations are easy to follow. Fusser also covers other aspects of your life to help you achieve your goals. Kind of a “how to” of sorts. I’m looking forward to continued progress and success!
2)It’s time to replace your last-century voodoo concepts of training (and over training)for golf… of spending $500 a year on a gym membership. Frankly, I am convinced that Kai Fusser has written THE authoritative golf fitness book. It is clear and concise. That won’t stop others from exploiting this market, but this is the only book you will ever need on the subject. Put Fusser’s book along side Hogan’s “Five Lessons,” Watson’s “Getting It Up and Down from 40 Yards and In,” Stockton’s “Putt To Win,” and Rotella’s “Golf Is Not A Game of Perfect,” and you’ll have what are essentially the only golf books you’ll ever need to own.